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Author Archives: Edward Dunne
We have recently updated the Journal Profile Pages in MathSciNet to present the amazing information we have about the many journals Mathematical Reviews covers. Whenever possible, we offer graphical formats for the data, as well as tables. The Mathematical Reviews Database … Continue reading
We have added a feature for our reviewers: an automatic listing of your review history. One of the most common requests we receive from our reviewers is for a list of their reviews that have been published on MathSciNet. Now … Continue reading
My second column appears in the May 2019 issue of the Notices of the American Mathematical Society. The article talks about reviewers – the thousands of people who put the “Reviews” in “Mathematical Reviews”! Besides giving some general information, there … Continue reading
A recent installment of the My Favorite Theorem podcast by Kevin Knudson and Evelyn Lamb features Ursula Whitcher, who is an Associate Editor at Mathematical Reviews. Listen to the interview here.
Karen Uhlenbeck is being awarded the 2019 Abel Prize. It is a remarkable award for a remarkable mathematician. Uhlenbeck did fundamental work in a quickly developing area of mathematics at an early stage of its development. I was a graduate … Continue reading
There are two small new changes to MathSciNet®: Search by DOI and Sort by Number of Authors.
My first column appears in the February 2019 issue of the Notices of the American Mathematical Society. The article considers the mathematics literature from the perspective of Mathematical Reviews. Some themes that have appeared in this blog are covered in the article, … Continue reading
Many thanks to the many people who stopped by the Mathematical Reviews booth at the AMS exhibit in Baltimore or came to the Reviewer Reception.
Mathematical Reviews will be at the JMM in Baltimore. The Joint Mathematical Meetings are always huge, with lots of great activities: invited lectures, special sessions, editorial meetings, exhibits, and the chance to connect with old friends. Mathematical Reviews is planning … Continue reading